Let’s quickly review each of the six clubs that will be taking part in Volume 1 of the SA20 League.
The Joburg Super Kings have a team designed specifically for T20 cricket. The Wanderers is a quick ground that is ideal for fast bowling and powerful batting, so the Johannesburg-based team will enjoy playing there. Fans may expect the Joburg Super Kings to excite them, and captain Faf du Plessis will undoubtedly give it his all to hit the ball out of the park.
The roster that head coach Mark Boucher has put together appears equipped to excite supporters in the dynamic Mother City, which is home to MI Cape Town and is surrounded by a magnificent coastline and some of the most breathtaking landscapes on earth.
With their big hitters and pace bowling assault, the Pretoria Capitals will try to light up Centurion with scintillating cricket.
The Paarl Royals have put together a strong cricket team to compete in the first SA20. Fans can anticipate nonstop entertainment when David Miller and Jos Buttler are at the crease since they are two of the most lethal batters in the game. Miller is now placed 29th on the ICC T20I rankings after playing more than 400 T20 matches in his T20 career.
The star-studded Sunrisers Eastern Cape team will be vying to be crowned the SA20 champions. Aiden Markram, a right-handed batsman, was selected as Cricket South Africa’s player of the year for the 2021 T20 International season and has scored more than 200 boundaries in his T20 career. Fans should anticipate Markram to throw a lot of fours and sixes. There is so much skill among the six SA20 squads that picking a favorite is difficult. The SA20 is an attractive league since every squad contains a mix of domestic and foreign qualities. Who do you think will win if there is just one winner?